2021-2022 Fall Sports Registration is open!!!
The CHS Library and Language Arts Department invite all students to participate. Check out the Summer Reading Website for details and recommendations!
Some classes require summer assignments to be completed before school begins. Please check here for more details!
Check In will be held on campus August 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th.
Come get your student photo taken!
CHS invites incoming students and families to enjoy our virtual transition night.
Need something to do? Find free or low cost local events here!
Yearbooks will be distributed July 26 & 27 from 12pm - 3pm (CHS Student Center).
It's not too late to order your copy!
The Centaurus office will have limited staffing June 14 - July 30.
Centaurus staff members gathered to bid farewell to those leaving our staff and to honor our three retirees!
We will continue to use the 5-phase Back Together BVSD Reintroduction plan to quickly and flexibly respond to any public health concerns. Look out for another emailed update, following the update from our public health partners on August 10.
Boulder Valley School District is offering a special help center for parents who need assistance setting up their parent portal accounts, completing their annual data updates, and submitting applications for free and reduced-price lunches.
Arapahoe Ridge High School
6600 Arapahoe Road
August 12,13,14, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
August 16, 17, 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
It is very important to complete an Application for Free & Reduced Meals for this upcoming school year. BVSD is proud to be able to continue offering free meals to all students, thanks to a waiver granted by the USDA. We also want to let families know that school meal applications are good for more than just free meals.
Because of the current bus driver shortage, we know that we will need to rethink how we provide transportation for our general education students.
In alignment with the State and local health department orders, BVSD has updated its health and safety precautions for summer programming.
What a year! As we wrap up the 2020-2021 School Year, I am reflecting on the challenges we faced and overcame in this difficult year.
The Boulder Valley School District Board of Education is preparing to vote on the budget for the 2021-22 School Year and they want to hear from you.
As staff look ahead to the 2021/22 school year, we are faced with a challenge – a dire shortage of bus drivers which could affect how many bus routes we are able to run next year.
Athletics and extracurricular activities bring students a sense of joy and triumph. Sports, arts, music, theater, clubs and tournaments allow them to do what they love, have social time and create healthy habits. For many, it’s something they’ve been engaged in and committed to for years.